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Unred Hair Color Additive

First aid for hair coloring. Softens hi-lift tints, decreases fading, eliminates unwanted red tone.
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First aid for hair coloring. Softens hi-lift tints, decreases fading, eliminates unwanted red tone.

Color Problems: The most common problems when coloring hair are fading and oxidation, and harsh, brassy red and orange casts when using hi-lift tints.

Color Solutions: Unred has been formulated to defeat fading and oxidation by increasing color penetration which allows the color to develop to its maximum potency, as a neutralizer for harsh, red and orange casts resulting from hi-lift tints.

  • SKU: P8518   /  
  • Guaranteed Authentic
  • Softens hi-lift tints
  • Decrease fading
  • Can be added to shampoo
  • Compatible with any other hair color

Functions:

Softens hi-lift tints, decreases fading, eliminates unwanted red tone.

Directions

Can be added to any hair coloring products or other color additives.

For professional use.

Water, Propylene Glycol, Sodium Lauryl Sulfate, Isopropyl Alcohol, OleicAcid, Oleyl Alcohol, Polysorbate 80, Polysorbate 20, Ammonium Hydroxide,Tetrasodium EDTA, Nigrosine, Meta Aminophenol, FD&C Green #3, Methylparaben,Quatermium 15.

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  • Excellent Product For Eliminating Red (not Yellow) 5 Star Rating
    This is a unique product designed to eliminate red tones from haircolor. It is a very intense blue which cancels red, its color opposite. It is not good for light colored hair or highlights and isnt designed to be used that way. If, like the previous reviewer, your have yellow highlights, then yellow + blue = green, and you will be disappointed by the outcome. To tone down excessively yellow or gold tones, you will be better off using a violet product (purple is the color opposite of yellow) such as a shampoo and conditioner with "silver" in the name (designed for gray and highlighted hair) or a toner with a violet hue. But to tone down red in semipermanent or permanent haircolor, Unred is excellent. It does seem to make the haircolor darker, so you might want to use a lighter shade (or a half-and-half mix) than you would otherwise. A strand test is always a smart idea, anytime you use a new product. Better to have one strand turn out unexpectedly than your whole head of hair.

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  • Awful...... 1 Star Rating
    I have blonde hair and put highlights in my hair. They turned out pretty good except for a few areas of light red. I tried unred and it didnt take the red out but turned my hair blue/green color. I would not recommend this item to anyone.

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    Feb 13, 2005
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